OPEC will support cuts – awaits Russia's decision

According to news agency Reuters, it is likely that OPEC ministers will accept output cuts at a meeting Thursday.

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OPEC ministers will most likely approve significant output cuts when the cartel meets Thursday, but they are still waiting to land an agreement with Russia, reports news agency Reuters.

Sources tell the media that the meeting in Vienna, Austria, is expected to go as planned prior to Friday's decisive meeting with Russia.

A third OPEC source tells Reuters that discussions on the exact quota distribution will be difficult. Since the beginning of the year, oil has depreciated by more than 20 percent due to factors including the coronavirus outbreak.

English Edit: Daniel Frank Christensen

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